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    7600 GT On a 250W PSU

    Can a Nvidia 7600 GT PCI-E run on a 250W PSU?

    I do beleive my power supply is a 250 watt. But i do not know how many watts a nvidia geforce 7600 GT requires.

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    In your other thread you said...
    Quote Originally Posted by antoniod525
    HI, everyone thanks for taking ur time and helping me out, its been well appreciated . Im gonna buy that card and if i have problems i wil just have to upgrade my powersupply. But thanks all
    Oh and i used a wattage caculator and it said i needed a minimum of 204W for what i have already, im thinking it might work with that 7600 GT
    If you are sure you included everything in your computer and all USB devices and you have a good quality power supply you may be ok.
    But if it was my computer I would upgrade my power supply at the same time.
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    If you need a cheap sturdy PSU..
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371003
    It's a 350 watt antec.
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    Will that power suppply support my motherboard?
    And if it doesnt can u help me find one that does. Thanks
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...lang=enrtainly

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    I haven't had much experience with recent Compaq computers. With that said the 350w Antec will plug into your motherboard.
    Lately some members are having problems with their Antec psu's. Read reply #8 for decent psu brands.
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